Question about Hoover U5180-900 Vacuum
I purchased a Hoover Fusion U5180-900. It powers on and off great but there is no suction. I have checked all the filters and checked for blockage in all hoses. What else can I try to fix this problem.
Double-checking for blockages in the hoses (if necessary by making sure you can poke a bit of wire through them) still has to be a good next move. Next, follow the path the sucked-in air is meant to take, checking for leaks (best way to do this is to run the machine an listen for loud sucking noises). Likely causes are things not put together right, controls set wrong,hoses not properly attached to their couplings or missing seals. If none of these things, and it is new, I'd take it back to the place you got it from and get them either to show you why there's nothing wrong with it, or to replace it. A
Posted on Apr 26, 2007
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